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Nov 2, 2012 9:00am PDT
of the roadness has been extraordinary. >> right. >> you're right. a big law on health care and not much else. but that was a big thing. >> jonathan chaits, i'm going to echo him but not quote from him. if you look on facebook, jonathan endorsed an argument really took off. i think that's partly because people who do lean one way or in a place now where they're paying attention and want to hear the right argument. i dodge think mayor bloomberg is going to persuade a lot of people in the close here, but for people leaning towards obama it is mobilizing. that is really the point at this phase in an election. i mean we talked about jay-z being on obama's side and to quote jay-z, we are in a love me or leave me alone moment in a mobilizing phase. >> do you think we're in that moment or did you just want to drop jay-z? >> i really do. what i mean is, i really don't believe endorsements, "new york times" endorsed barack obama, i don't think that people are waking up in the morning reading that and going now i'm going to vote. but i do think -- >> given -- >> wait. but just to finish the point i don
Oct 30, 2012 9:00am PDT
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Nov 3, 2012 2:00pm PDT
. >> because that's actually where laws are generated is in congress. and that's a very scary place for women. >> cecil, you've been at the helm of this stuff for a while. why in your opinion is the heart of the republican party where it is right now as far as women's reproductive issues? how did they get to this point? we know in the late '70s and early '80s they began to court social conservatives. it feels like we are literally having arguments that were settled on 50 years ago. >> oh, absolutely. that's what women are saying to me out here in ohio. they can't believe we're fighting about whether women should get access to birth control. but that's actually what is happening. mitt romney has taken a position he wants to allow employers to refuse to allow birth control in insurance plans. alex i don't think that is the heart of the republican party. i think that mitt romney and the folks that are running, some of the folks that he is supporting, todd akin, richard mourdock, these interest most extreme part of the republican party. because the bedrock of the republican party was historically
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